WEG: Round-up of the winners and losers in Jerez

  • WEG: Showjumping: Victory for Ireland’s Dermott Lennon //Reining: USA dominates final //Showjumping: Victory for Ireland’s Dermott Lennon//Reining: USA dominates final// Showjumping: France wins team gold//Driving: Holland claim Dutch gold double//Reining: America dominate first round – Britain through to finals// Show jumping: Question mark hangs over favourites//Endurance: Fatigue causes death of two horses // Endurance: Teenage sheikh makes history // Dressage: Farbenfroh claims individual title // Eventing: Gold for USA, silver for France, bronze for Britain //Vaulting: World champions retain titles //Eventing: Drama on cross-country day// Dressage: Germany win team gold//

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  • See Horse & Hound (19 and 26 September) for full report and pictures from this great event.

    Showjumping: Dermott Lennon keeps his cool to claim individual gold for Ireland, Eric Navet of France takes silver, with America’s Peter Wylde in bronze position.

    Reining: America claims first ever FEI reining World Championship, ahead of Canada and Italy. British team finish in fifth place

    Driving: Holland’s Ijsbrand Chardon claims third individual title, plus team gold. America wins first everdriving medal with team silver, while Britain finish in eighth place.

    Showjumping: France on form as Eric Navet clocks up three clear rounds to help clinch team gold. Silver for Sweden who claims first ever world championship medal and bronze for Belgium. Disappointment for Britain as team finishes in 16th place, which means they failed to qualify for the Olympics

    Driving: In the team competition, America leads from the Netherlands and Germany as driversprepare for marathon challenge. In the individual title, Holland’s Ijsbrand Chardon is in pole position with Belgian’s Felix Marie Brasseur close behind. British team lie in eighth place but remain upbeat

    Showjumping: The French team has made a good start with three riders in the top eight after the individual speed competition. Germany is lying in second place with Sweden third. The team competition starts today with Britain in 12th place

    Driving: In the individual competition, Dutch driver Ijsbrand Chardon has a narrow lead over Belgium’s Felix-Marie Brasseur, while good scores from two American drivers – Tucker Johnson and Chester Webber – puts the US team into the lead. Britain is seventh with Barry Capstick (12th) and George Bowman (14th) after dressage

    Reining: Riders from USA head the team and individual placings, with Canada and Italy close behind, while Britain makes it into the final five

    Showjumping: The fate of Germany, the hot favourites for a show jumping team medal, hangs in the balance after Otto Becker’s Dobels Cento suffers a fall.
    Riders from 35 nations fielding 21 teams line up for the world show jumping championships and Britain is all set to tackle today’s speed challenge

    Endurance:Two endurance horses have died during the endurance competition which took place in adverse weather conditions in Garrapilos this week.
    A post mortem examination revealed that Sir Fire (Spain) and Floyd (Malaysia) had shown “evidence of fatigue and of general metabolic failure”.

    Endurance:Sixteen-year-old Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed al Maktoum of the UAE is the new endurance world champion. France win team gold, Italy take silver and Australia the bronze. British lose two riders after failing a vet check, which puts them out of the team competition.

    Dressage: A close finish inthe grand prix freestyle sees Nadine Capellmann and the extravagant chesnut Farbenfroh claim gold, ahead of Beatriz Ferrer-Salat for Spain and favourites Ulla Salzgeber for Germany

    Eventing: America hold on to team gold, with France taking silver, while Britain claims team bronze and individual silver for Jeanette Brakewell in a nail biting climax

    Eventing:America leads Australia and France, with Great Britain in fourth place after drama on the cross-country course

    Vaulting: Round-up of medal winners on the final day of the vaulting world championships, which saw disappointment for the British team

    Eventing:America leads Australia and France, with Great Britain in fourth place after drama on the cross-country course

    Eventing:British team is fractionally in the lead, with USA, Germany and Australia are hot on their heels as riders face cross-country challenge

    Vaulting: France retains lead in men’s title, while Germany finish first round ahead in women’s individual. In the team competition, Sweden overtake Germany going in to the freestyle competition

    Dressage:Germany take gold again, USA claim silver while Spain delights home crowd by taking its first ever world championship bronze. British team disappointed to finish 10th and so fail to qualify for grand prix special

    Dressage:Spain’s Beatriz Ferrer-Salat and Beavalais beat the favourites to take the honours in the grand prix special, ahead of USA and Germany

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